14 September 2015

Inconceivable - Tour & Review


Inconceivable
by Cherrie Mack




Publication Date: September 2nd, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance 

Fairy godmothers are not all alike, as Allie Adams is about to find out. When the man of her dreams walks into her life, she’ll need more than the right pair of shoes to win his heart. With the help of a most unusual fairy godmother, Allie just might get everything she wants. Cherrie Mack puts a new twist on an old favorite in Book 1 of the Little Black Box series, Inconceivable.
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I received a copy in exchange for an honest review!
What I say: I'm not particularly a shoe person but I love the cover! Inconceivable is a modern day retelling of Cinderellabut instead of Princes and balls we're given pampered society princesses and fortune hunters. 
The book was a bit of a mixed bag for me because some parts I really enjoyed whilst others left me feeling kinda flummoxed. I liked the modernisation of the popular fairy tale, but it took me a while to warm to the characters and Allie never 100% won me over. Whilst I appreciated Allie's struggle, I found her slightly irritating for a large chunk of the plot - BUT I do understand that it's part of her journey to seem almost unlikeable (at times) before she realises her own faults. She's not all bad and I really loved how caring she was with the people she helped - Plus I completely understand why she feels like she does for her step-family.

I liked Angelo - he's funny, charming and kinda complicated. I did figure out his secret fairly early on and it did remind me of the Reese Witherspoon movie (sorry the name is too spoilery) but I still enjoyed it and him.

I wasn't entirely sure what to make of Adrienne, who actually seemed to get nicer as the story progressed. I think my overall confusion was because Allie was so different from what I expected that I didn't know how to feel about the other characters. But in a strange sort of way, the reason I liked the book was because it was so unexpected. 

The story isn't overshadowed with lots of naughty scenes. I did like the ending and the more lighthearted moments were really sweet. As a big fan of fate in books, I liked the destiny element. 

3 - 3.5 Stars in my Sky!


Author Spotlight:

Cherrie Mack is a multi-published romance author who grew up in Flushing Queens NY, the youngest child of six. The city’s diversity gave her a great appreciation for many different cultures and lifestyles. After love finally claimed the girl from the city and dragged her to the suburban madness of Long Island, she settled into a quiet life with her new husband. Two children and one mini-van later, the family found themselves moving towards the sunny skies of Florida where they currently reside. When she isn’t writing, she is busy chasing her children around, laughing with her husband, struggling to learn meditation and hanging out with her best friend–a mutt named Bailey.


Over the last year, Cherrie has continued to flourish, writing contemporary erotic romance, romantic comedy, urban fantasy and her latest, paranormal romance. Her ability to cross genre’s fuels her imagination and gives her the desire to continue to push her boundaries and branch out as a writer. Although she hasn’t settled into any given sub-genre, she is confident her ability will lead her down the right path.


A member of Romance Writers of America, Cherrie is slowly spreading her wings as a romance author. Look for her books at all digital bookstores such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Bookstrand, ITunes, Nook, Kobo and many more.






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